Halo Adhesive

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PLA Halo Adhesive is a master lash artist’s favorite glue! It’s PLA’s first clear adhesive and has been tested in multiple humidities and worked great for all lash artists. Halo is one of our best adhesives for low humidity. It’s also a great option if you need a fast drying adhesive.

Halo is a great option for you if:

  • You have low humidity (works well in a wide range)
  • You have clients with sensitivity to Carbon Black
  • You want fast drying

Fast Facts:

  • Clear Adhesive
  • 5 Ml bottle
  • Strength: Approximately 3 to 5 weeks
  • Viscosity: Medium
  • Drying Time: 0.5-1 seconds
  • Humidity: 20%-75% humidity
  • Color: Clear
  • Bottles are pre-punctured.
  • All PLA Adhesives are cruelty free and never tested on animals.
  • Not sure which adhesive to try? Please take the PLA Adhesive Quiz to be matched to the right adhesive for you. Our glue quiz asks you key questions about your environment to match a glue for you.

Suggested Environment

  • Temperature: 68-74 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Under 50% Humidity: 1 second cure time
  • 50%-75% Humidity: 0.5 second cure time
  • Over 75% Humidity: please use a dehumidifier
  • Note: the higher your humidity, the faster your adhesive cures.


  • Ethyl-2-Cyanoacrylate, PMMA, Isobutylene/Isoprene Copolymer
  • No Animal Ingredients
  • 100% Vegan
  • Cruelty-Free
  • Latex Free


  • Please store in cool, dark container or in our adhesive container with silica gel, out of UV light.
  • Unopened adhesive is good for 6 months. If you are planning on storing for more than a couple of weeks, store in a fridge. Allow adhesive to fully reach room temperature before use.
  • Once opened, adhesive is good for 4 to 6 weeks.
  • Shake for two minutes before using.

For more information on choosing an adhesive, please watch this video.

Warning: this product is intended for professional use only. Do not use this adhesive for self application or to apply cluster or strip lashes.

Liquid products, including adhesive, cannot be returned. If you are unhappy with your adhesive contact our customer service via email at sales@parislashacademy.com.



MSDS |MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET                                  

Section 1 – Chemical Product and Company Identification





825 Maestro Drive

Reno, NV 89521, USA






Section 2 – Composition and Ingredient Information


Ingredient Component Name


CAS Number 7085-0

Concentration 90%


Isobutylene/Isoprene Copolymer

CAS Number 9010-85-9

Concentration 4%



CAS Number 9011-14-7

Concentration 5%


Section 3 – Hazards Identification   

Hazard Risk Classification


Category 1

Potential Health Effect

Eye: Irritating to eyes. Causes excessive tearing. Eyelids may bond.


Skin: Bonds skin in seconds. May cause skin irritation. Cyanoacrylate has been reported to cause allergic reaction but due to rapid polymerization at the skin surface, an allergic response is rare. Cyanoacrylates generate heat on solidification. In rare circumstances a large drop will burn the skin. Cured adhesive does not present a health hazard even if bonded to the skin.

Inhalation: Exposure to vapours above the established exposure limit result in respiratory irritation which may lead to difficulty in breathing and tightness in the chest




Section 4 – First Aid Measures



Remove to open space with fresh air. Seek medical attention to treat symptomatically if discomfort persist


Eye Contact

Flush with water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention. If eyelids are bonded closed, release eyelashes with warm water by covering with a wet pad. Do not force eye open. Cyanoacrylate will bond to eye p\protein and will cause a lachrymatory effect which will help to deboned.


Skin Contact

Soak in warm soapy water. Gently peel apart using a dull instrument. If skin is burned due to the rapid generation of heat by a large drop, seek medical attention. If lips are bonded, apply warm water to the lips and encourage wetting and pressure from saliva in mouth. Peel or roll lips apart. Do not pull lips apart with direct opposing force.


Ingestion is not likely. See supplemental page for emergency procedures.





Section 5 – Fire Fighting Measures


Specific Hazard


Flash Point

125℃ Tagliabue closed cup


Auto Ignition temperature



Flammable/Explosive Limits-lower%

Not determined


Flammable/Explosive Limits-upper%

Not determined


Hazardous Decomposition Materials

Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide


Suitable Extinguishing Media

Dry powder. Foam and Water spray. Carbon dioxides


Protective Equipment

Fire fighters should wear positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus


Hazardous combustion products

Trace amount of toxic and or irritating fumes may be released and the use of breathing apparatus is recommended.


Unusual fire or explosion hazard





Section 6 – Accidental Release Measures


Environmental precautions

Ventilate Area


Disposal and Clean Up

Do not use cloths for mopping up. Flood with water to complete polymerization and scrape off the floor. Cured material can be disposed of as non-hazardous waste



Section 7 – Handling and Storage


Handling Precautions

Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and clothing. Avoid breathing of vapors



Keep in a cool, well ventilated area away from heat

Section 8 – Exposure Controls and Personal Protection

Engineering Controls

Use positive down-draft exhaust ventilation if general ventilation is insufficient to maintain vapor concentration below established exposure limits.


Respiratory Protection

Use NIOSH approved respirator if there is potential to exceed exposure limits. Observe OSHA regulations for respiratory use (29 CFR 1910.134)


Skin Protection

Use gloves and aprons as necessary to prevent contact. Do not use PVC, nylon or cotton.


Eye/Face protection

Chemical splash goggles or safety glasses with side shields.




Section 9 – Physical and Chemical Properties


Physical State

Colorless Liquid


Sharp, irritation



Boiling Point

More than 300OF

Flash Point

125℃ Tagliabue closed cup



Evaporation Rate (Ether=1)


Ignition Temperature


Melting/Freezing Point



Polymerized by water

Vapour Density

Approximately 3

Vapour Pressure

Less than 0.2mm


Section 10 – Stability and Reactivity



Stable under recommended storage conditions


Conditions to Avoid

Spontaneous polymerization


Incompatible Materials

Water, amines, alkalis and alcohols



Rapid exothermic polymerization will occur in the presence of water, amines and alcohol


Hazardous decomposition





Section 11– Toxicological Information


Product toxicity data: Acute oral LD50〉5000mg/kg(rat) Acute dermal LD50〉2000mg/kg(rabbit)


Carcinogen status


Hazardous component

NTP Carcinogen

IARC Carcinogen


Ethyl Cyanoacrylate





Carbon Black



Group 2B





Literature Referenced Target Organ & Other Health Effects


Health Effects Hazardous

Health Effects/Target Organs

Ethyl Cyanoacrylate

Allergen, Irritant, Respiratory

Carbon Black

Respiratory, Some evidence of carcinogenicity



Section 12– Ecological Information



No data available


No data available

Bio accumulative Potential

No data available

Mobility in Soil

No data available




Section 13– Disposal Consideration


Information provided is for unused product only.

Recommended method of disposal in accordance with Federal, State and local regulation

Not a RCRA hazardous waste

Section 14– Transport


This product is not classified as dangerous goods, by rules of IATA. U.S Department of transportation (DOT) Shipping regulations:

This product is not classified as dangerous goods, per U.S. DOT regulation under 49CFR 172.101.

Proper shipping name: Volume X

Hazard Class number and description: Not applicable. UN identification number: Not applicable.

Packing group: Not applicable.


Section 15– Regulatory Information

Cyanoacrylate Korean regulation

Industrial Safety and Health:  Hazardous Chemical management. Dangerous Material Safety


United State Regulatory Information

TSCA 8 (b) Inventory Status: All components are listed or are exempt from listing on the Toxic

Substances Control Act Inventory TSCA 12(b) Export Notification: None

CERCLA/SARA Section 302 EHS: None

CERCLA/SARA Section 311/312:  Immediate Health Hazard,  Delayed  Health  Hazard,  Fire.



California Proposition 65: No California Proposition 65 listed chemical are known to be present Canada Regulatory Information

All components are listed on or are exempt from listing on the Domestic Substances List WHMIS Hazard class: B.3, D.2.B


Section 16– Other Information



All the information of Material Safety Data Sheet is provided on the basis in good faith and is believed to be trustworthy but is for reference only. Adhesive is very complicated and the result

of it is much dependent on the surface material, additive, releasing agents of the substrates and user's methods. BTC and its agents, dealers, distributors, directors and employees do not accept any liability for the results whatsoever arising from the use of BTC products due that the utilization of these products is simply out of BTC control. The users are responsible for selecting the suitability of the products and methods of use.